Pirarucu consolidates itself as one of the pillars of the Amazon bioeconomy
At the end of the consumer chain, when a paulistano or a carioca eats a loin or fillet of pirarucu in their city, most likely they are not thinking about all the processes that made that fish leave a lake in the interior of the Amazon and reach their plate. It is a story, in addition to being complex from a logistical point of view, which involves from vigils against illegal fishing to a lot of scientific and empirical knowledge added together. The initiative, today, is considered one of the pillars of Amazonian development, as it involves environmental preservation and the socioeconomic development of the people involved with the work.
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